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  • How to Improve Your ProductivityWith SQLDeveloper

    DOAG Databanken10-11 May, 2016


    Harmony 1618-19 May, 2016


  • Frank Dernoncourt

    16 years in IT, 4 year-experience as an Oracle DBA a.k.a Dear DBA Startpage for DBAs: I tweet about the Oracle database only:


  • SQLDeveloper 4.1

    Code Editor DBA features Data Modeler Reports And much more

  • GUI

    Tree View: Filters, keyboard shortcuts. Right-click everywhere

    Worksheet: Ctrl+F7 to format, right-click, Ctrl+Shift+Click for multi-cursor, Ctrl+Click on table name to go to Table Details, Block Selection

    Result-tab: right-click to export results etc., pin tab, rename tab

    Split / Float / Document Group: right-click on worksheet tabs to organize

    Organize panels (drag&drop)

  • Live Demo

    Let's un-clutter our SQLDeveloper interface Write a SELECT Export the data selected by that SELECT Create a new table to receive that data Import that data into that new table Add a datafile to a tablespace Compare Executions Plans If we have time: troubleshoot live performance


  • Keyboard Shortcuts

    Tree View: navigate with arrows and use 1st letter of objects you're looking for

    Tabs: alt+arrows Editor: browse through history with Ctrl+down

    arrow. Call history with F8. Search and replace with Ctrl+R (try selecting a

    word first) Call SQLDeveloper log with Ctrl+Shift+L

  • Also worth checking out

    Tools/Monitor Sessions Tools/Monitor SQL Examples of HTML reports generated by

    theReports module of SQLDeveloper Examples of custom reports based on built-in reports SQLCL: command-line version of SQLDEV Tools/Database Export: export to csv, INSERT, xls Tools/Database Diff: compare objects, schemas...

  • Conclusion

    SQLDeveloper is free User-friendly Multi-platform The SQLDeveloper Development Team works

    hard to make it useful, time-saving and efficient for both DBAs and developers

  • It's not all folks but we have to stop here

    There will be articles about improving your productivity with SQLDeveloper on my blog Remember the startpage I designed for you DBAs: And follow me on Twitter:

    You won't regret it!

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